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Year of Inception 2006
No. of units 1
No. of Awareness programmes conducted on Blood Donation and Aids Awareness

Events conducted:

  • Voluntary Blood donation.
  • AIDS Awareness.

Highlights of Red Ribbon Club:

  • R. Malar Selvia student of B.Sc., Nutrition, has bagged the best University prize for “Rangoli” on AIDS Awareness conducted at Chennai.
  • Rekhaa student of B.Sc., Interior Design has won the first prize for poster – making on AIDS Awareness.

Committee members are,

1 Dr. (Mrs) R.Banumathy, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.,,
D.K.M. College for Women,
2 Dr. D. Sasikala, M.Sc., M.Phil.,
Assist. Prof. of Zoology
D.K.M. College for Women,




Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. World Aids Day Observation 01.12.2021 HIV causes ,symptoms and
Transmission & HIV/AIDS
–Present Scenario
2. RRC Member Orientation Programme 10.03.2022 Celebrating life View
3. RRC Interactive session 10.03.2022 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View




Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
. RRC Member Orientation Programme 18.02.2021 Celebrating life View
2. RRC Interactive session 18.02.2021 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View


Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. RRC Member Orientation Programme 07.01.2020 Celebrating life View
2. RRC Interactive session 13.03.2020 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View
3. RRC – Peer Education Training session 12.02.2020 HIV/Aids – Diagnosis and Treatment View

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Youth Red Cross: The Dynamics of its Role

The Youth of today are the responsible citizens of tomorrow. The Most important task of universities and colleges is to equip the student youth to live and play their nation building activity purposefully and meaningfully along with NSS and NCC. The Youth Red Cross Wing has in recent years drawn in to its fold. The main objectives of youth Red Cross are “Health, Service and Friendship”.

Important activities of Youth Red Cross Banners

  1. Organizing Blood Donation Camps.
  2. Getting First aid Training.
  3. Collection and Distribution of old Cloths for victims of natural disasters.
  4. Disaster management training.
  5. Tree Plantation campaigns.
  6. Environmental Protection Projects.
  7. AIDS Awareness Programme.
  8. Campaigns against smoking, Alcoholism and Drug abuse.
  9. Arranging medical Camps.
  10. Educating the Public in Road safety norms



Dr. T.Bharathi, M.Com., M.B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Commerce


Mrs. C.Revathi, M.Sc., M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematic

Mrs. Rajalakshmi, M.A., M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor of English


1) Humanity in Action

2) YRC Volunteer as a College Health Ambassador

3) The Role of YRC Volunteer in Fostering Friendship.



S.No. Name of the Programme Date of the Programme        Title/Topic    Report
1. Webinar 25.06.2021 Covid and Child care     View
2. Sub Committee meeting 11.08.2021     View
3. Awareness programme 06.08.2021 Covid 19     View
4. Celebrations of 75th Independence Year 19.08.2021 Role of Women in Indian Independence(Oratorical competition)      View
5. Celebrations of 75thIndependence Year 02.09.2021 Exbihition-75th Independence celebrations      View
6. Awareness programme 13.10.2021 Eradication of social evils     View
7. Remembrance of Dr,APJ. Abdul Kalam’s Birthday 13.10.2021 Youth Awakening Day      View
8. Celebrations of Diwali 27.10.2021 Joy of giving     View
9. Special Meeting 26.11.2021 POSCO Act     View
10. Oratorical Competitions 12.12.2021 Patriotism and Nation Building     View
11. Participation in Study Camp 10.03.2022 One day District level YRC students study camp     View
12. Blood donation Camp 16.03.2022    View
13. Independence Day 17.05.2022 75th Independence Day (STAP)     View

2020 -2021 

S.NO Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/ Topic Report
1 Youth Day Celebration 12.01.2021 Swami Vivekananda and His Message for the Youth An Overview View
2 Awareness  Programme 19.02.2021 Boosting Immunity View
3 Special Meeting 19.03.2021 Conservation of Water Resources View
4 Corona 19 – Awareness Programme 06.08.2021 Street Play – Kollum Coronavai Velvom View


S.No Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/ Topic Report
1  Yoga Day Celebration 21.06.2019 International Yoga Day View
2 Blood Donation Camp 25.07.2019 Blood Donation Camp View


S.No Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/ Topic Report
1 Awareness  Programme 21.06.2018 World Yoga Day View
2 Camp 28.07.2018 Swaach Bharath Camp View
3 Geneva Convention Day 27.09.2018 Geneva Convention Day View
4 Interview Skills 20.03.2019 Breast Cancer Awareness View


S.No Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/ Topic Report
1 Cleaning Activity Programme 17.08.2017 Swaach Bharath View
2 Village Activity Programme 17.08.2017 Tree Saplings Plantation View
3 Blood Donation Camp 13.09.2017 Blood Donation Camp View
4 International Women’s Day – Meeting 12.03.2018 International Women’s Day View


S.No Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/ Topic Report
1 International Yoga Day 21.06.2016 World Yoga Day View
2 Orientation Program 25.10.2016 –


Three Day Zonal Level  Orientation Training Programme View
3 Workshop 24.03.2017 Cashless Transaction and Demonetization and Leadership Qualities View

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The aim and objective of the NSS is personality development of the students through communal service.

The objectives of the NSS include:

  • Creating social awareness leading to effective action
  • Active involvement in community problems to spearhead social change
  • Bringing about overall development of the student’s personality through involvement in projects
  • Training students for responsible leadership

These objectives are realized through various projects under the guidance and supervision of the NSS Programme Officer assisted by faculty members.

  • D.K.M -NSS unit was started in the 1980. The college has 4 NSS units, 100 students for each unit and totally 400
    students participate in all the activities of the NSS.
  • NSS of our college organizes various programmes related to community Orientation and encourage students to participate in extension activities in the form of awareness programmes, rallies and community services.
  • The yearly activities of the NSS includes orientation and awareness programmes related to AIDS, breast feeding, tuberculosis, leprosy, blood donation, polio, etc., Important days like Gandhi Jayanthi, World Suicide Day, Voters awareness day, Womens day, World Breast Feeding week, Population day and festivals like Diwali, Pongal and Christmas are also celebrated in order to create communal harmony and integrity among the students.

NSS Activities 2020 – 2021
Training Programmes Attended by P.Os:Orientation Course at “MSSW”, Chennai.

  • Mrs. S. Jayanthi
    Assistant professor of History
  • Dr.S.Thamaraiselvi
    Assistant professor of Tamil
  • Mrs. E. Arivazhagi
    Assistant professor of English
  • Mrs.A.Kalaivani
    Assistant professor of Commerce

Training for Trainers at “RGNIYD” Sriperumbudur.

  • Dr.S.Sasikala
    Assistant professor of Zoology


1Mrs.S.MythiliCommerceBest P.O2005-2006
2Mrs.K. SarumathyBiochemistryBest P.O2007-2008
3Ms.J.Anisa BegumBiochemistryBest Volunteer2005-2006
4Ms.N.KasthuriBiochemistryBest Volunteer2006-2007
5Ms.S.KalaivaniCommerceBest Volunteer2006-2007
6Ms.S.RevathiCommerceBest Volunteer2007-2008


1 World population Day – Online Essay competition 10 29.07.2021&21.09.2022     View
2 Corona Awareness programmes: 400 03.08.2021-16.12.2021      View
3 Independence Day Celebration 15.08.2021      View
4 Tree plantation 25 16.08.2021     View
5 Sadbavana Diwas pledge 200 19.08.2021      View
6 Onam celebration 25 23.08.2021       View
7 Constitution pledge 100 17.09.2021        View
8 NSS Day celebration 50 25.09.2021        View
9 Anti-Corruption Awareness Pledge 50 29.10.2021       View
10 Cycle Rally -To celebrate 75th year of Independence Day 100 16.12.2021       View
11 Vigilance Awareness Week 167 26.10.2021- 01.11.2021     View
12 International senior citizen, Girl child day and International Women’s Law and rights 300 27.10.2021      View
13 Rashtriya Ekta Diwas 100 01.11.2021     View
14 Diwali celebration 50 02.11.2021      View
15 Aids Awareness programme 50 01.12.2021      View
16 17th Tsunami Observation Day 50 27.12.2021     View
17 Republic Day celebration 26.01.2022    View
18 Pongal Celebration 50 10.01.2022     View
19 Untouchability pledge 29.01.2022     View
20 Abolition of slavery Human Trafficking and Forced Labour- pledge 09.02.2022      View
21 Distribution of Albendozole and, Folic acid tablets 14.03.2022 & 15.03.2022     View
22 World Tele – communication Day Pledge 200 17.05.2022    View
23 International Yoga Day Series Awareness programme 300 19.05.2022&23.05.2022     View
24 Anti -Terrorism pledge 100 20.05.2022      View
25 World Elder’s Awareness Day 100 15.06.2022     View
26 Voter’s Awareness Day 25.01.2022     View

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The National Cadet Corps was raised on 15 July 1948. It can be considered as a successor of the University Officers Training Corps (UOTC) which was established by the British in 1942.  It’s Head Quarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on a voluntary basis. The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference over normal candidates during selection based on the achievements of the corps. Rather than just being the second line of defence. NCC gives a greater stress on developing qualities of leadership and Officer-like qualities. The greater importance has been given to the areas like social service and youth-management.




The ‘Aims’ of the NCC laid out in 1988 have stood the test of time and continue to meet the requirements expected of it in the current socio–economic scenario of the country. The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens. Further, it aims at creating a pool of organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose. Needless to say, the NCC also provides an environment conducive to motivating young Indians to join the armed forces.

The DKM NCC Troop (Senior Wing) under the control of 1 (TAMILNADU) BATTALION NCC, MADRAS – A GROUP was started in 2004. The first year students are enrolled for a duration of three years. With a sense of nationalism and secularism outlook the DKM NCC Troop has always carried out activities with a distinct emphasis on social services, discipline and adventure training. Periodically, some of the Cadets are selected to undergo the adventurous and rigorous military training in attachment with regular Army training Centres, rock climbing, Mountaineering Camps, Trekking Camps, Army Attachment Camps, National Integration Camps etc., 

Lt. Dr. A. Amirthavalli of the Department of History was the first commissioned officer in command of the college Troop for 9 years from 2006 to 2015. Later NCC was withdrawn due to Non-Availability of NCC Caretaker.

After so many Hardships the DKM NCC Troop NO: 38 was raised again in the College in the year 2020 under the control of 10 (TAMILNADU) BATTALION NCC (Vellore), MADRAS – A GROUP. The DKM NCC Troop functions under the leadership of Lt. M. Gayathri, Associate NCC Officer.

The college offers training in NCC for the students. The students are admitted in NCC once they gain admission in the college. NCC uniforms and other benefits applicable to the NCC are offered to the students without any charges. At the end of each year the students have to return those items.

The newly enrolled cadets undergo various physical and mental training. The physical training includes parades to improve the discipline , unity and physical stamina of the cadets. The parades are conducted by Permanent Instructors(PI staff) and Associate NCC Officers(ANOs). The mental training includes improving the self- confidence of the cadets and decision making tendency in crisis situations. Students who exhibit interest, show active participation and on merit are selected and appointed as leaders and are sent to participate in Various camps. The DKM NCC Troop other regular Parades, camps,also organizes social service events. The Cadets are encouraged to complete the “B” and “C” certificate examinations and also encouraged to take up a career in Armed forces like Army, Navy and Air Force.

Awards Received


  1. Lieutenant rank as NCC Officer at the Officers Training Academy, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
  2. Won Silver Medal in Throw ball Competition organized by the Officers Training Academy, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Awards Received by the Cadets:

Sl.No Regimental No Name Of The Cadet Achievement Year
1. TN20SWA609215 Sivapriya.S Best Cadet for overall performance at ATC Camp held at Muthurangam Govt. Arts College. 2021
2. TN20SWA609201 Aarthi.M Secured Second Prize in Drawing completion  at ATC  camp held at RPT 2021
3. TN20SWA609213 Sangeetha.M Winner in Kho-Kho Match at ATC Camp held at RPT 2021



In the light of prevailing Covid-19 situation most of the activities were carried out online

Sl. No Name of the activities No. of cadet participants in the activities Date Location Report
Enrolment 17 25.11.2020 Offline

(D.K.M College)

2. Constitution Day 17 26.11.2020 Online View
3. HELP Programme 12 15.12.2021 Online View
4. Vigilance Awareness Programme 12 08.1.2021 To 16.02.2021 Online View
5. Fit India Cyclothon-2020 5 27.01.2021 Offline

(D.K.M College &Sainathapuram).

6. Rifle Drill Practice 15 10.03.2021 & 12.03.2021 Muthurangam Government  Arts College, Vellore View
7. Covid Awareness Program 17 28.04.2021 Online View


Sl. No Name of the activities No. of cadet participated Date Location Report
1. Young Warrior 10 01/06/2021 Online Mode View
2. International Yoga Day 10 21/06/2021 Online Mode View
3. Webinar On Kargil War Vijay Diwas 16 26/07/2021 Online mode View
4. Gallantry Award 16 10/08/2021 VIT,Vellore View
5. Independence Day 16 15/08/2021 D.K.M College For Women,Vellore View
6. Road Safety Awareness 15 27/09/2021 DKM College For Women,Vellore View
7. Cleanliness Awareness 13 29/10/2021 DKM College For Women,Vellore View
8. Enrolment Day 18 29/10/2021 DKM College For Women,Vellore View
9. Constitution Day (Quiz Competition) 16 26/11/2021 D.K.M College For Women,Vellore View
10. Armed Force Flag Day (Collecting Funds) 16 07/12/2021 Old Bus Stand, Vellore View
11. Paid Homage to CDS 24 10/12/2021 Their Home View
12. Covid vaccination Awareness 01 16/12/2021 VIT,Vellore View
13. Nation Youth Festival 35 12/01/2021 to 17/01/2021 Online mode View
14. National Voters Day Awareness Programme 25 25.01.2022 D.K.M College for Women(Autonomous), Vellore View
15. Azadika Amrit Mahotsav-Ministry Of Culture-competitions 8 23.01.2022 Online mode View
16. 73rd Republic Day 34 26.01.2022 D.K.M College for Women(Autonomous), Vellore View
17. Republic Day Parade Live 34 26.01.2022 Online mode View
18. Polio Awareness Camp 5 27.02.2022 At various Primary Health Centre near their village View
19. B Certificate Exam 16 04.03.202


Muthrangam Govt. Arts College, Vellore View
20. Scholarship 6 Amount credited to the cadet account View


Sl. No Name Of The Camp No. of cadet participated Location Duration Report
21. EBSB (Ek Bharat Shreestha Bharat Camp) 1 Online mode 26/7/2021       to


22. RDC selection 2 Don Bosco Hr. Sec. School, Vellore 26/8/2021       to


23. EBSB 2 Online Mode 4/10/2021       to


24. BASIC LEADERSHIP CAMP 3 Hindusthan College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore 9/11/2021       to


25. ATC 14 Muthurangam Govt. Arts. College. Vellore 15/11/21



26. ATC 2 Rajagopal Polytechnic College, Gudiyatham 2/12/2021       to



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